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Social Media Evangelism

Posted by Megan Pellock on July 18, 2019 at 7:38 AM

Everyone is on social media nowadays. As with anything, social media has its pros and cons. It can bring out the worst in peopleunfiltered language from users can lead to hurt feelings, arguments, and in extreme cases, cyberbullying. However, the medium isn’t all bad. We can spread love and light through the dark parts of social media too.

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Social Media Digital Evangelism

Service Projects for the Youngest Children

Posted by Megan Pellock on July 10, 2019 at 7:00 AM

There is no age requirement when it comes to volunteering. Get kids involved early! Stress that you are not only helping your community, but you are also serving God.

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Toddlers Early Childhood Early Elementary Late Elementary Service Projects

Bible Verses about Trust

Posted by Megan Pellock on June 28, 2019 at 11:32 AM

Trust is earned. When it is broken, it is hard to get back. 

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Lutheran Bible Verses Trust

Bible Verses That Bring Hope

Posted by Hannah Hansen on April 24, 2019 at 9:21 AM

I don’t like reading the news. Too many bad things happen.

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Lasting Damage, Everlasting Hope in Nebraska Flooding

Posted by Hannah Hansen on April 17, 2019 at 8:51 AM

Just a few weeks ago, stories of Nebraska flooded headlines around the United States. The combination of melting snow, heavy rain, and flat farmland resulted in catastrophic flooding across hundreds of miles of the state.

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Creating Leaders in Ethnic Communities

Posted by CGO Team on March 27, 2019 at 8:19 AM

It's a Saturday morning at the Christian Friends of New Americans Peace Center in St. Louis, and seven Nepali men are eagerly spending the start of their weekend in class. The seven students, members of three St. Louis congregations of The Lutheran ChurchMissouri Synod (Ascension, Messiah, and St. Johns Lutheran), are participating in a “leadership class,” learning to become better equipped to lead and teach in their communities.

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Leadership Learning Lutheran

Planting a Church for God’s Children in Virginia

Posted by Erica Tape on March 6, 2019 at 7:13 AM

It’s been a long road to establishing this church plant in Leesburg, Virginia.

Christ Community Lutheran Church is growing out of a Christian school called Leesburg Open Arms Child Development Center (LOA). The child development center is a mission outpost for the new church, and finally in 2019 the congregation is breaking ground on a new building for worship and education.

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Children's Outreach US and Canada

Removing Language Barriers to God’s Word in Tampa

Posted by Erica Tape on February 20, 2019 at 9:49 AM

Imagine struggling to find community, but you can’t afford housing and need to keep moving. You’ve had a cough for a month, but you don’t have health insurance so you can’t afford to see a doctor. And you have a Bible, but it’s in a language you don’t understand.

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Multicultural Outreach US and Canada

Young Leaders and Evangelists Raised Up in St. Louis

Posted by Erica Tape on February 6, 2019 at 6:01 AM

It was the day before Christmas break, and the whole school had come together in the gym for chapel. There were young wiggly kids and kids who had lost several baby teeth and the more mature preteens, all dressed in their uniform pleated skirts, slacks, and polos. With the excitement of Christmas break ahead, the usual semi-organized chaos was ticked up to another level.

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Children's Outreach US and Canada

Can a Social Media Detox Help Your Faith?

Posted by Hannah Hansen on January 23, 2019 at 6:30 AM

Every January, Google searches for “detox” spike.

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